Index of Persons and Places
T, U, V

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'Index of Persons and Places: T, U, V', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 7: 1417-1431 (1906), pp. 692-697. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104396 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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Tachau (Tachov) [Bohemia], 35.

Tadmerton [co. Oxford], 211.

Taghmon, Thamon, Theamen. [co. Wexford], prebend in Ferns, 45, 50, 121, 169.

Taghshinny, Theachsynacha [co. Longford], 571.

Taillis (Tail, Taile, Talie), Guillemeta de, abbess of Saint-Sulpice, 373.

Taillour, John. See Taylour.

Talbot, Maurice, canon of Ossory, 357.

-, Richard, archbishop of Dublin, 45, 57, 186, 520.

-, William, knight, 329, 331.

-, -, Eleanor his wife, 329, 331.

Tallaght, Tamlaght [co. Dublin], 399.

Tamlaght, Tanlacat [co. Tyrone], 49.

Tamlaght-Finlagan, Tamlaitanlagan, Tarah-lehactfynnlegayn [co. Londonderry], 273 397.

Tamlaght O'Crilly, Tamlahtmacneach [co. Londonderry], 91.

Tanfeld, Thomas, a Cistercian monk, 419.

Tanfield, Tanfelde [co. Durham], prebend in Chester le Street, 143.

- See Tanfeld.

Tankyrlay, Alice, 548.

Tanlacat. See Tamlaght.

Tannadice, Tannadas [co. Forfar], 240.

Tanner, John, canon of Cloyne, 150.

Tannesley, Alice, 308.

Tarahlehactfynnlegayn. See Tamlaght-Fin-lagan.

Tarbolton, Torbalton, Torbolton [co. Ayre], 67, 93, 210 294, 295.

Tarmacumun. See Termonmaguirk.

Tarmon, Tearmundscanayn [a townland in Kilnaughtin parish, co. Kerry, adjoining the townland of Shanaway], 111.

Tarrant Keynston, Tarrant [co. Dorset], Cis-tercian abbey, nun of, 339.

Tarring, West, St. Andrew, Terryng [co. Sussex], 387.

Tarves. See Auchnave.

Tarvit, Torvet [co. Fife], 467, 468.

Taughboyne, Techbuchin [co. Donegal], 141, 142.

Taunton, Tauriton [co. Somerset], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 217, 435.

-, -, -, -, suit against, 495.

-, prebend in Wells, 198.

Tavistock, Tavistok [co. Devon], Benedictine abbey of St. Rumon, abbot of, faculty to, 126.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 123.

-, -, indulgence for the church of and the chapel of St. Mary the Virgin therein, 153.

Taygcronregis. See Kingsteignton.

Taylour, Taylor, Adam, archdeacon of Kildare, sometime a claimant to the arch-deaconry of Ossory, 164, 184.

-, Taylonia, Taillour, John, archdeacon of Glendalough in Dublin, 166, 197, 198, 204, 205.

-, -, rector of Kane, vicar of St. Nicholas's, Dundalk, both in the diocese of Armagh, 73.

-, Tayllor, William, layman, 71.

Teachdamnada. See Tedavnet.

Tearmundscanayn. See Tarmon.

Techbuchin. See Taughboyne.

Tedavnet, Teachdamnada, Techdampnada [co. Monaghan], 236.

Teignbridge [co. Devon]. See Teynburghe.

Templeboy. See Aughris.

Templemore, Athleacayn, Athleachain, Ath-leachayn [co. Mayo], 105, 110, 271.

Templemoyle. See Grellagh.

Templenascreen, Tempullnascriny [in Park-lands townland, parish of Tuam, co. Galway], church of the Relics of St. Jarlath, St. Hyerlatheus, Templum reliquiarum Sancti Hyarlathei, 95, 112.

Templepatrick or Moyvore, Magmora [co. Westmeath], parish church of St. Patrick, 83, 250.

Templeport, Inisbrechirnigy alias Tempulla-puyrt [co. Cavan], 402.

Templetrine, Trean [co. Cork], 382, 383.

Tempullapuyrt alias Inisbrechirnigy. See Templeport.

Tempullnascriny, parish church of, alias of the Relics of St. Hierlatheus. See Templenascreen.

Teramo, Teremo, Theramo, Simon de, canon of Teramo, advocate of the papal con-sistory, papal collector in England and Ireland, 2, 3, 10–12, 14, 27–29.

Teramo [Abruzzi, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 48.

-, - See Cerretanis.

-, canon of. See Teramo, Simon de.

Termenfeghyn. See Termonfeckin.

Termoli [Molise, Italy], bishop of, papal man-datary, 174.

-, Anthony, bishop of. See Capilupi.

Termoneeny, Enga [co. Londonderry], 49.

Termonfeckin, Termenfeghyn [co. Louth], 445.

Termonmaguirk, Tarmacumun, Termonn-comayn [co. Tyrone], 66, 398.

Térouane or Thérouanne [Pas-d -Calais, France], Lewis (Louis), bishop of. See Luxembourg.

Terrington, Turygton, Tyryngton [co. Norfolk], 207, 252.

- See Tyryngton.

-, Teueryngton, Teuerynton [co. York, N.R.], 442, 529.

Terryng. See Tarring, West.

Teueryngton, Teuerynton. See Terrington.

Teversham alias Clerck, John, 120.

-, -, Edeynna his relict, 120.

Teversham, Theversham [co. Ely], 493.

Teviotdale [Scotland], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 93, 125, 297, 351, 368, 369.

-, - See Walteri; Croyser; La-wedre; Bowmaker.

Tewkesbury, Tewkylbyey [co. Gloucester], Benedictine abbey of St. Mary, monks of, 329, 416.

Texerii, Bartholomew, master-general of the Friars Preachers, 514, 515.

Teynburghe, Teignbridge, bridge of [between Kingsteignton and Newton Abbot, co. Devon], 524.

-, -, chapel of the Annunciation of St. Mary the Virgin near, 524.

Thamon. See Taghmon.

Theachsynacha. See Taghshinny.

Thechelchi. See Brownstown.

Thedford. See Thetford.

Thelveton [co. Norfolk], 334.

Themelby, Seman, priest, 310.

Theramo, Simon de. See Teramo.

Thernynghe. See Thornage.

Thérouanne or Térouane [Pas-de-Calais, France], Lewis (Louis), bishop of. See Luxembourg.

Thersk. See Thirsk.

Thetford, Thomas, abbot of Bermondsey, 429, 450.

Thetford, Thedford [cos. Norfolk and Suffolk], Cluniac priory of St. Mary, prior of, faculty for, 216.

-, -, -, indult in regard to the election of, 530, 531.

-, -, prior and convent of, patron-age of, 373.

-, -, monk of, 313.

-, -, convent of, indult to, 530, 531.

Theversham. See Teversham.

Thieuestow, Richard, bachelor of canon law, 555.

Thikenes, Richard, clerk, 459.

Thirsk, Thersk [co. York, N.R.], William Aiscogh of, priest, 301.

Thoby, Adam, a Benedictine monk, 306, 309, 342.

-, Joan, a Benedictine nun, 309.

-, John, 307.

- -, Joan his wife, 307.

-, Ralph, layman, 307.

-, William, clerk, 309.

-, William, layman, 307.

Thomas, duke of Exeter. See Beaufort.

-, duke of Gloucester, 231, 232.

-ap Jerworth, vicar of Caerleon ultra Pontem, 206.

Thome, John, archdeacon of Orkney, 149.

-, John, vicar of Potter Heigham in the diocese of Norwich, 502, 503.

Thoralby, John, canon of Chester le Street, of Lanchester and of St. Teath's, rector of Whitburn, 143, 332.

Thorleston. See Thurlestone.

Thornage, Thernynghe, Thornynghe [co. Nor-folk], 199, 568.

Thorncastle. See Cnocro.

Thorneholme, William, esquire, 330.

Thornour, Robert, rector of St. Margaret's Lothbury, London, 555.

Thornton, Roger, layman, 322.

Thornynghe. See Thornage.

Thorpe, John, clerk, 572.

Thorpe Parva, Torph Parva [co. Norfolk], John Swan of, 300.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 300.

Thorwale, William, esquire, 328.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 328

Thowe, Thomas, rector of Adstock, 273.

Throckmorton, Throkmorton [co. Worcester], 85.

Throkmorton, Throkmarton, John, donsel, of the diocese of Worcester, 325, 328.

- -, Eleanor his wife, 325, 328.

-, Throkmorthon, John, esquire, of the diocese of Worcester, 85.

Thurbarn, Thurben', Thurbern', Robert, warden of St. Mary's College, Win-chester, 451.

-, -, rector of Bleadon in the diocese of Bath and Wells, 302, 312.

Thurkell', Thomas, vicar of Meldreth, 209.

Thurlestone, Thorleston [co. Devon], 217.

Thurrock, Thurrok, West [co. Essex], 434, 435.

Thwaytys, Twaytys, Robert, rector of Ter-rington, master of Aynhoe hospital, 442, 529.

Thwyford. See Twyford.

Thynio, John, 325.

-, -, Joan his wife, 325.

Thynyngham, Thomas de. See Tynyngham.

Thyrheiscreach alias Bellan. See Tiranas-cragh.

Tibbermore, Tibermor, Tibermore, Tybermore [co. Perth], 392, 405, 406, 441, 546.

Tibure, Nicholas de, minister of the Friars Minors of the Roman province, papal mandatary, 179.

Tickford, Tylford [co. Bucks], Benedictine priory, prior of. See Fontereau.

Tierney. See Otigernayg.

Tillingham. See Wildland.

Tinelli, James, prior of the Hospitallers’ priory of Auvergne, 196.

Tintern, Tynterna, de Voto alias Tinternia [co. Wexford], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 176.

- -, abbot and convent of, 482.

-, rectory of. See Kinnagh.

Tinwald [co. Dumfries], rectory of, 495.

-, lord and patron of. See Mandeville.

Tipper, Tiper [co. Kildare], prebend in Dublin, 284.

Tiranascragh, Thyrheiscreach alias Bellan [co. Galway], 110.

Tiverton, Tyverton [co. Devon], 135.

Tivoli [Lazio, Italy], papal court at, 242, 243, 296, 404, 443.

Toberogan. See Rosrehil.

Tode, Henry, vicar of Dumfries, afterwards of Carlaverock, 496.

Todi [Umbria, Italy], bishop of, papal man-datary, 50, 72, 74, 145, 177, 178, 181, 182, 186, 206, 264, 488, 489.

-, - See Agello.

Toft next Newton, Toft [co. Lincoln], 284.

Toftys, John, an Augustinian canon, 181.

Toker, John, a Friar Minor, afterwards a her-mit, 180.

Toli, John, rector of Fletching, 433.

Tollys, Robert, rector of Heythrop, 447.

Tomalty. See Otholmalthaych.

Tone or Toue, John, 524.

- -, Ellen his wife, 524.

Tonebrigge. See Tunbridge.

Toney, Saham, Saham [co. Norfolk], 506.

Tooclae, Glae [in Killilagh, parish of Killilagh, co. Clare], rectory of. See Killilagh.

Toomour, de Decuaimfabayr, Tuaymtabayr [co. Sligo], 45, 228.

Torbalton, Torbolton. See Tarbolton.

Torfort, Henry, an Augustinian canon, 513.

Torgaez, Thomas, vicar of Corcomohide, 396.

Tormarton, Tormerton [co. Gloucester], parish church of, college of chaplains in, 283, 284.

-, -, -, rector or warden of. See Dalberd.

Torph Parva. See Thorpe Parva.

Torr, Torre [co. Devon], Premonstratensian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 538

Torvet. See Tarvit.

Toue or Tone, John, 524.

-, -, Ellen his wife, 524.

Toueton, Thomas, canon of York, 428.

Toul [Meurthe, France]. See Port.

Toulouse [Haute-Garonne, France], prior of the Hospitallers of. See Lescure.

Touraine, Archibald, duke of. See Douglas.

Tours [Indre-et-Loire. France], cathedral church, chancellor of. See Bouhale.

-, -, canon of. See Glendinwine.

-, Benedictine abbey church of St. Martin (Marmoutier), secular canon of. See Gray.

-, -, statutes of, 381.

Trache, Hugh, rector of Killulagh, 509.

Tracton, de Albotractu [co. Cork], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 48.

Tradray alias Bunrathy, Tradry alias Bun-ratty. See Bunratty.

Trahairn ap Eignon, clerk, notary, 411.

Trahayrn’ ap Gronow Vachan, priest, 332.

Traheyren, John, priest, 421.

Trahile, Trail, priory of. See St. Mary's Isle alias Trail.

Traysse, Robert, canon of Lincoln, 308.

Trean. See Templetrine.

Tregrewe, Richard, clerk, notary, 427.

Tremayll', Henry, clerk, notary, 349.

Trent, Trente [co. Somerset], 498.

Trerwe. See Truro.

Tres fratres , parish church of, diocese of Argyll, 378, 379.

Treugof, Walter, S.T.M., 534.

Trevaynoun, Richard, esquire, 313.

-, -, Joan his wife, 313.

Trevor, Edward, archdeacon of St. Asaph, rector of Llandrinio, 378.

Treym. See Trim.

Trieste [Kustenland, Austria], James, bishop of. See Balardi.

Trim, Treym, Trym [co. Meath], lord of. See Mortimer.

-, Augustinian abbey of St. Mary the Virgin, abbot of, papal mandatary, 94, 194, 264, 480, 481.

-, -, Thomas, abbot of, 192.

-, -, William, canon, afterwards abbot, of. See Scurlag.

-, -, abbot and convent of, appro-priation to, 194, 292.

-, -, -, patronage of, 194, 292.

-, -, canon of, 192.

-, -, convent of, election by, 192, 193.

-, -, indulgence for the conventual church of, 254, 255.

-, parish church of St. Patrick, 399.

-, Newtown by. See Newtown.

Trion. See Newtown by Trim.

Trippe, Richard, of Cheshunt, priest, 335, 339.

Troarn [Calvados, France], Cluniac (Benedic-tine) abbey, abbot and convent of, patronage of, 373.

Trondon [or Troudon], Thomas, of Denton, clerk, 573.

Troussier, Amice, a Benedictine nun, 374.

Trowbridge, Trowbrigg', Trowbrygg’ [co. Wilts], 480, 531.

Trowtbeck, Miles, rector of St. Mary's, Ast-bury, 467.

Trumpinton, Richard, a Carthusian monk, 410.

Turfin mach Cristin mach Gillegirio, a bene-factor of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 130.

Truro, Trerwe [co. Cornwall], 567.

Truyt, Thomas, rector of Ashwellthorpe, 459.

Trym.See Trim.

Trymnell, William, citizen of London, 430.

-, -, -, Idonia his wife, 430.

Tuam [co. Galway], archbishop of, papal mandatary, 133, 192, 346.

-, -, patronage of, 162, 376, 424, 460, 462, 510, 539.

-, John, archbishop of. See Babyngle.

- Maurice, archbishop of. See O'Kelly (Maurice).

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 106, 189.

-, - See Cachir; Ranny; Ocear-naig (John).

-, dean and chapter etc. of, patronage of, 162, 376, 424, 460, 462, 539.

-, provost of, papal mandatary, 460.

-, - SeeOmurcuayn; Bremycheam.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 112, 510.

- - See Burgo.

-, canons of. See Bremycheam; Burgo (Edmund de, John de, and William de); Joy (John and Maurice); Macinfilud; Obracyn; Oceanduayn; O'Flynn, Ogamnan; O'Kelly (Cornelius); Okear- naig (Philip); Oruori.

-, chapter of, patronage of, 510.

-, Augustinian abbey of Holy Trinity, abbot of, papal mandatary, 162.

-, -, James, abbot of, 134.

-, -, abbot of. See Ogillamyn.

-, -, canon of, 133, 134.

-, Augustinian abbey of St. John the Evangelist near, abbot of, papal man-datary, 270.

-, city and diocese of, difficulty of obtaining justice in the, 503.

- See also Templenascreen.

Tuamna, Tuaymna [co. Roscommon], 267.

Tuaymtabayr. See Toomour.

Tuddenham, Tudynham [co. Suffolk], 361.

Tulach. See Tully.

Tulachmochima, Tulachmochimna. See Tul-lowmagimma.

Tulachnaneaspug, Tulachnaneaaspug. See Tulla.

Tulaghbryk. See Tullabracky.

Tulke, John, of Salisbury, priest, 534.

Tulla, Tulachnaneaspug, Tulachnaneaaspug [co. Clare], 175.

Tullabracky, Tulaghbryk, Tylachbrik [co. Limerick], prebend in Limerick, 166, 189.

Tullowmagimma, Tulachmochima, Tulach-mochimna [co. Carlow], prebend in Leighlin, 355, 356.

- See Bealachchy.

Tully, Tulach [in Kilcorkey parish], co. Ros-common, 59.

Tullynakill. See Mahee Island.

Tunbridge, Tonebrigge [co. Kent], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 218.

Tunbrigg, William of, prior of Rochester, 367.

-, Tunbrygg, Thomas, donsel, 549.

Tunnok, Tunnork, Tunock, Tunok, Nicholas, archdeacon and canon of Caithness, dean and canon of Aberdeen, precentor of Aberdeen, canon of Dunkeld, Moray, and Ross, rector of Forvie, 138, 185, 243, 262, 297, 404, 443, 444.

Tunstall, William, a Cistercian monk, 556.

-, William, priest, 553.

Tunstall, St. Michael, Tunstale [co. Suffolk], 562.

Turbervile, William, esquire, 450.

-, -, Joan his wife, 450.

Turlough, Turlachomachyn [co. Mayo], vicarage of, 110.

-, prebend in Tuam, 112.

Turner, Turnor, Eustace, 311.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 311.

-, Richard, 302.

-, -, Cristiana his wife, 302.

Turrnbiole, Hawuis, 254.

Turvey, John, clerk, notary, 412.

Turygton. See Terrington.

Tusculum [Lazio, Italy]. Baldassar, cardinal bishop of. See John XXIII.

Tutlebury, John, priest, notary, 529.

Tuy [Galicia, Spain], see of, 389 note.

Twaytys, Robert. See Thwaytys.

Tweed, river, 522.

Twinham. See Christchurch.

Twyford, Thwyford [co. Bucks], 388.

Twynham. See Christchurch.

Twynho. See Thynio.

Twynyng, John, a Benedictine monk, 416.

Tybermore. See Tibbermore.

Tychemersh, John, abbot of Ramsey, 338.

Tyd, Maud, 549.

-, Richard, priest, 549.

Tylachbrik. See Tullabracky.

Tylford. See Tickford.

Tylney alias Lynne, Thomas, a Gilbertine canon, 329, 331, 332.

Tynemouth, Tynmouth, Tynmowth [co. North-umberland], Benedictine priory, prior of, faculty to, 412.

-, -, -, See Barthon.

Tynterna , abbey of. See Tintern.

Tynyngham, Thynyngham, Tynynghan, Thomas de, canon of Aberdeen, after-wards rector of Fetteresso in the dio-cese of St. Andrews, afterwards arch-deacon of Aberdeen, papal chaplain, 189, 234.

-, -, vicar of Kilconquhar in the diocese of St. Andrews, 294.

Tyrell, Tyrell', John, esquire, 317, 318.

-, -, Katherine his wife, 317, 318.

-, Richard, 331.

- -, Anne his wife, 331.

Tyrfaelan. See Killashee.

Tyringham, Tyryngham [co. Bucks], 451.

Tyry, Andrew de, a Cistercian monk, abbot elect of Old Deer, 346, 347.

Tyryngham. See Tyringham.

Tyryngton, John, priest, of the diocese of Norwich, 417.

Tyryngton. See Terrington.

Tyverton. See Tiverton.

U

Uchtirgavin, John de, a Benedictine monk, 413.

Uffington. See Newstead.

Ugolinis, James de, writer of papal letters, member of the pope's household, papal nuncio to England and France, 18, 31, 32.

Ulseby, John de, of Langworth, alias Swaton, chaplain of a chantry in Lincoln cathe-dral church, 565.

Ulster, earl of. See Mortimer.

Umfrevill', Robert, knight, 538.

d'Ungelles, John, abbot of St. Peter's, Luxeuil, sometime prior of la Charité-sur-Loire, 33, 34, 346, 375, 408.

Upholland, Holand [co. Lancaster], Benedic-tine priory, prior of, faculty to, 427.

Upton Snodsbury, Opton Opsnodesbery [co. Worcester], 366.

Urban V, forged letters of, 283.

Urban VI, letters of, 445.

-, -, forged, 283.

Urney [co. Cavan]. See Keadew.

Urquhart, Urquart [co. Elgin], Benedictine priory, prior of. See Raburn.

Urries, Charles de. See Cardinal deacons (St. George's in Velabro).

Urry, Wrri, John, rector of Hurstpierpoint and of Beston, 219.

-, Walter, nobleman, 448.

-, -, Wilhelma his wife, 448.

Ursinis, Jordan de. See Cardinal bishops (Albano).

Urswike, Thomas, esquire, 330.

Uske, Thomas, layman, 302.

Uturria, possessions of St. Mary's abbey, Dub-lin, in, 130.

Uxtas, Sander, of Clare, 312.

-, -, Alice Robleti his wife, 312.

Uytburn. See Woodburn.

V

Vadopetroso , parish church de. See Bally-naclogh.

Vale Crucis. See Valle Crucis.

Valensis, David, vicar of Claregalway in the diocese of Annadown, 109.

- See Bernach; Valentis; Walsche.

Valdegrave. See Walgrave.

Valdrian', Richard, rector of Colmworth, 415.

Valentis, David, rector of Lough Mask in the diocese of Tuam, 510, 539.

- See Bernach; Valensis; Walsche.

Vallakayt. See Ballyhay.

Valle Crucis, Vale Crucis [co. Denbigh], Cis-tercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of. See Lancaster.

-, -, convent of, 177.

Valler, Richard, esquire, 551, 553.

- See Waler.

Vallis, Nicholas de, canon of Dublin, 87.

Vallis Salutis abbey. See Baltinglass.

Vandenheyden, John, layman, 570.

Vaquerii, Bertrand, vicar of the prior-general of the Carmelites, 182.

Vassalli, Nicholas, papal banker and serjeant-at-arms, member of the pope's household, papal envoy to Almain, England, France, Italy, etc., 15.

Vaudey [co. Lincoln], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, monk of, 69.

Vaus, Alexander, archdeacon and canon of Caithness, afterwards bishop elect of Orkney, afterwards bishop of Caithness, afterwards of Whiteherne, 185, 287, 298, 368, 407, 408, 526.

Ventimiglia [province of Porto Maurizio, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 166, 207.

Verney, John, rector of Gayton, 305, 309.

Vernon, Richard, knight, lord of Stackpole Elidor, 322.

-, -, Joan his relict, 322.

Vetforaich. See Oughtdarra.

Vexin Normand [France], archdeacon of. See Boiry.

Vienna [Austria], Benedictine abbey of St. Mary of the Scots, 49.

-, -, Nicholas, abbot, and the con-vent of, 452.

-, -, Thomas, abbot of, afterwards abbot of St. James's, Wurtzburg, 452.

-, church of St. Stephen, provost of, papal mandatary, 452.

Vienne [Isére, France], Charles, dauphin of, 9, 11.

-, - See also Charles.

-, Council of, 177.

- See Saint-Antoine.

Villa fontis Sancti Patricii . See Ballintober.

Villa orti . See Ballingarry.

Villa Sancti Botulfy . See Boston.

Villatempli . See Ballintemple.

Vindefore. See Windsor.

Viterbo [province of Perugia, Italy], papal letters dated at, 290.

Volme. See Holme Cultram.

Voluet, Richard. See Welifed'.

Voto alias Tinternia , abbey de. See Tintern.

Voynepennyg, John, an Augustinian friar, 410.

Vynesbury alias Haliwell. See Finsbury.